Oasis Games Releases Its Third PS VR Launch Window Title, Perfect for Spooky Halloween Gaming
BEIJING – (October 27, 2016) – Oasis Games Ltd, a leading independent Chinese publisher, today announced it has released Weeping Doll, its third PlayStation VR launch title in as many weeks. The adventure game is a dark, story-driven psychological mystery where dolls come alive, fueled by the negative thoughts of their child owners. Players must solve difficult puzzles in eerie surroundings as a tortured girl’s doll takes revenge on her parents—and things only get scarier from there!
“Weeping Doll arrives just in time for Halloween to bring a spooky psychological adventure to PlayStation VR gamers looking for a touch of the macabre,” said Alen Wu, business director at Oasis Games. “Step into a mansion filled with hidden tragedies and discover a story that unfolds as you solve its ghostly secrets.”
In the game, players will explore environments from the first-person view of a maid as they slowly uncover the unnatural truths inside the walls of a Japanese family’s Victorian-style house. By projecting their maid avatar in discrete steps to whatever spot they want to explore, adventure gamers bypass any potential VR-induced discomfort while still enjoying full freedom of movement. Every object and every sound plays a pivotal role in solving the mystery of what happened to the family, so players will need to explore the mansion carefully. Players with a curious mind will be provoked by challenging puzzles of all different sorts as they unravel the dark secrets of the family’s past. Weeping Doll, which is developed using the Unreal 4 Engine, provides an immersive and chilling adventure that will send shivers down your spine—get ready to enter the mansion and face your fears!
Here is the Weeping Doll Announcement Trailer:
Weeping Doll is developed by TianShe Media and is published by Oasis Games in North America, Europe and Asia for the PlayStation VR. The game is available for $9.99 on the PlayStation Store in North America. Weeping Doll will launch in Asia on November 2.